Bible Answer Man with Hank Hanegraaff
Best of BAM: Hath God Said? with Joe Dallas, and Q&A
On today’s Bible Answer Man broadcast, Hank welcomes Joe Dallas to discuss his article in the Christian Research Journal titled, Hath God Said? Assessing the Church’s “Change of Heart” about Homosexuality. Hank and Joe address a growing movement in the church which is accepting of homosexuality. Leaders in this movement like Matthew Vines are calling it a new Reformation. They believe in the authority of the Bible, but claim that Christians have misinterpreted it on the issue of homosexuality. They also assert that this is not just an issue of doctrinal disagreement, it involves love. So according to the movement, if you do not embrace the homosexual lifestyle then you can’t really be said to love them. Yet Joe points out that we must hold in tension a love for others, while calling sin what it is.

Hank answers the following questions:
  • Can you explain John 15:13 and Romans 5:8, and the idea of loving your enemies? 
  • What does the Bible say about organ donation? Is this acceptable or not? 
  • Is the “Black Lives Matter” movement biblical? 
  • My wife and I have had a few miscarriages and now she is pregnant again, but she’s worried because of the doctor’s assessment. Are there passages of Scripture I can encourage her with?
  • Saturday, October 03, 2015

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